"Ok, whom ever decided to place a PMI, CAPM and CISSP in the Technical Certifications bucket is obviously not technical."
Agreed that these are more higher-level, mostly non-technical, managerial certs.
"Give me a break CISSP's are a a joke!! I have meet many whom have never even installed a network or created an infrastructure of any kind, but yet because they have a CISSP they are a Security Professionals, ya right."
If the CISSP is such a joke, why is it consistently one of the top IT security certs, and why is demand still high? Also, given the breadth of material covered by the CISSP, no one has experience in all CISSP domains. So, being able to install a network as a requirement of the CISSP does not make sense for all who attain the cert (especially those with a physical security or policy backgroud). As you stated, this cert is more management-oriented.
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